By Ryan Clark | April 22, 2008
WWE.com also has an article up about Joey Styles joining the website.
From Devin Cutting: Sabu, Spike Dudley, Aaron "Idol" Stevens and "Dangerous" Danny Davis will be appearing at the World Wrestling Alliance events on May 16th, 2008 in Framingham, Massachusetts and May 17th, 2008 in Rockland, Massachusetts.
Here is what happened after RAW went off the air (Credit: Devin Cox): After Raw went off the air, everybody staggered up and left, but Cena and Triple H faced off in the ring. Triple H offered Cena a handshake, but when Cena accepted Triple H just gave him the DX chop instead, then walked out to his music. Cena stood there looking befuddled then posed for the crowd for a moment until Lilian Garcia thanked us for coming.
There will apparently be a new password starting tomorrow for the TNA Slammiversary ticket pre-sale on ticketmaster.com. The new password is BOOKER.
WWE has gotten a lot of press for having the Presidential candidates on RAW last night.
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